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Peter Croker

Personal information
Date of birth21 December 1921(age 94)
Place of birthKingston upon Thames, England
Playing positionFullback

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Peter Croker (born 21 December 1921) is an English former footballer born in Kingston, Surrey, who played as a fullback in the Football League for Charlton Athletic and Watford and in non-league football for Bromley and Gravesend & Northfleet. He is the only survivor from Charlton's 1947 FA Cup Final-winning team.

He missed the 1946 FA Cup final through injury. His great nephew Eric Dier is also a professional footballer. His brother Ted Croker was the Secretary of the Football Association between 1973 and 1989.

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